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Alina Antokhina
Alina Antokhina

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Moscow, Russia

Event:
Foil

Experience:
SR


12/07/2014

Penn State Women Sweep Competition

The women fencers toppled all four schools in today's Sacred Heart Tradition Tournament

12/07/2014

Penn State Women Sweep Competition

The women fencers toppled all four schools in today's Sacred Heart Tradition Tournament

12/04/2014

Penn State Set To Travel To Sacred Heart

Fencing team prepares to head to Sacred Heart University as the first half of the season wraps up.

11/15/2014

PREVIEW: Penn State Heads to Columbus, Oh.

Fencers travel to compete against OSU, NDU, UPenn, UNC, and Princeton

03/22/2014

Penn State Women Give Fencers Strong Lead at Nationals

As competition continues, Penn State had two women fencers finish in the top four for their event

Career Statistics
Year W-L Pct.
2011-1226-12.684
2012-1340-22.645
2013-1432-27.542
Career98-61.616

All-American 2012, 2014

LION CAREER:

2013-14: Antokhina had an impressive junior year run with the Nittany Lions. She finished the regular season 32-27 and earned herself a spot to compete at the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional. At Regionals, she placed 5th which allowed her to compete at the NCAA Championships where she then placed 13th.

2012-13: Antokhina's strong sophomore year earned her a trip to the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional in which she placed third to qualify for the NCAA Championships. At the Championships she won six bout to place 22nd. She had an impressive regular season record of 40-22 that included seven 3-0 performances. These came against Drew, UNC (twice), St. John's, Duke, Northwestern, and Temple. She also finished 34th at the Garret Open.

2011-12: Antokhina finished a strong Freshman campaign with a record of 32-13. She finished in 3rd place at the 2012 NCAA Championships to be named an All-American. At the championships, she defeated 18 opponents to claim the number 2 seed in the medal round. She qualified for the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional, where she placed 4th to earn a bid to the NCAA Championships. Antokhina had four 3-0 performances on the year, coming against St. John's, Harvard(1/21), North Carolina(1/21), and Duke. She also went 2-1 against NYU, Harvard(12/3), Columbia, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Penn, and Princeton. Antokhina went 2-0 against Temple, and 1-0 against North Carolina(1/28). She placed 14th at the Garret Open.

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL:
Antokhina comes to Penn State from Moscow, Russia. She competed internationally on the cadet circuit. She ranked 19th in her age group in 2010-11.

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